Dying Light Enhanced Edition “brilliant on PC,” but has presentation issues on console

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 13 February 2016 22:40 GMT

Digital Foundry has offered up performance impressions for Dying Light: The Following on both PC and consoles.

The complete tech analysis is in the above video, but you can read the entire report over on Eurogamer.

Techland’s Enhanced Edition of the Zombie game is apparently “brilliant on PC,” while the console versions come with some “performance issues.”

Going by the report, the game’s performance on Xbox One was impacted by the Instant On feature which “triggers a bug that basically forces a double buffer v-sync mode,” instead of adaptive v-sync mode which is standard.

According to Digital Foundry, the PlayStation 4 version is compromised by spiking frame-rates which alternate between 30fps and 60fps.

Finally, the PC only disappoints in the elimination of some of the foliage, but it’s only a minor impact as the game is still “pretty lush with the draw distance maxed out.”

Again, you can read the full report through the link.

Dying Light: The Following – Enhanced Edition released earlier this week on February 9.

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